- Northwestern University - Kellogg School of ManagementB.S. Finance
- University of Chicago-Booth School of BusinessM.B.A. - Finance
FDA 'discourages' use of laparoscopic morcellator devices on uterine fib...
Federal regulators advised doctors Thursday to stop using a surgical device used in tens of thousands of hysterectomies each year called a p
Ukraine crisis: deadly clashes break out in Slovyansk
Ukraine said it would mobilize its military for a "large-scale antiterrorist operation" in the east after a special-forces officer was kille
Authorities say three people have been shot and killed in suburban Kansa...
Three people were shot and killed Sunday afternoon in suburban Kansas City, and a 15-year-old boy is in critical condition.
J.P. Morgan's earnings show few signs of market thaw
J.P. Morgan's first-quarter results confirmed investors' fears about the impact of moribund markets, even as Wells Fargo showed why it deser
At Pimco, El-Erian worried differences with Gross couldn't be overcome
Mohamed El-Erian, who left investment firm Pimco earlier this year, tells the Journal that his approach, and Bill Gross's, stopped meshing.
U.S. court orders Takeda to pay $6 billion in diabetes-drug case
A U.S. jury imposed $6 billion in punitive damages on Takeda Pharmaceutical in a case involving allegations that the company hid the cancer
Exelon gets the incentives all wrong by hiking CEO's pay
Exelon CEO Christopher Crane deserves a big raise . . . when he fixes the company. By hiking his pay now, the company's directors apparently
Ricketts family may sell minority shares for Wrigley Field renovations
The Ricketts family is considering selling minority stakes in the Chicago Cubs to help finance its $500 million plan to renovate Wrigley Fie
Using Twitter to Forecast New Applications for Unemployment - Real Time ...
A surprising number of people filed initial claims for unemployment benefits last week, at least if you believe an index based off Twitter.
Construction Is Muted Because Too Many Buildings Went Up During the Boom...
The U.S. built too many buildings in the early 2000s, and that “overhang” has been a drag on the post-recession recovery, according to resea